© by Bill Murphy Jr.
Executive editor of operations, Some Spider, and founder, ProGhostwriters.com
Flying stinks–and we’re not just talking about the service and the experience of being crammed into coach
Instead, this is about the air quality aboard commercial airplanes.
A pair of new scientific studies says it’s often polluted with engine oil and other aircraft fluids, and can cause significant health problems for pilots and other crew who breathe it day after day. Maybe also for some frequent passengers.
For many of us, constant business travel is a fact of life. So below, we’ll explain the studies, which were published in the World Health Organization’s journal, Public Health Panorama. along with what some scientists and others are doing about it.
“Bleed air” and “fume events”
The air we breathe on commercial airplanes, the study authors explain, is a combination of recycled air within the cabin (that we all inhale and exhale), along with outside air that is compressed by the aircraft’s engines. ©source continue reading here
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